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Machiavellianism and Othello
Author: danielfolsom

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It's definitely a starter-essay; I think that the concept in general is kind of intriguing, however the execution is minimal in quality - it's just a rough draft. With expansion, could be great.

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Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet: “What’s in a name?" Juliet’s soliloquy expresses her frustration at her surname, which has grown a life of its own. Capulet hates Montague, therefore Juliet should hate Romeo. Niccolò Machiavelli, if he were alive today, would also not to be content with his name, and the connotations it has. In 1592, Machiavelli wrote “Ill principe” – The Prince....

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